BetDash from Paddy Power Offer Real-Money Social Sports Betting

Paddy Power launched BetDash, a social sports betting platform featuring real-money play.

British gambling laws - GamingZion

Independent Irish sports betting
and online gambling company Paddy Power has launched the Beta version of its new social sportsbook game titled “BetDash”.

Players have ten days to turn a virtual 10, 000 into 1 million by placing bets. The virtual currency is either counted in Euros, or GBP for online bets in the UK.

Bettors also have the opportunity to play this game for real money according to British gambling laws. When real money is staked, BetDash pays out 25 times the player’s initial stake if they can reach the EUR / GBP 1 million goal. If not, the bet is lost.

Betting options include Football, horse Racing, Tennis, American Football, Athletics, Aussie Football, Baseball, Basketball, Boxing, Cricket, Cycling, Darts, GAA, Golf, Handball, Ice Hockey, Motor Racing, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Snooker, UFC – MMA, Volleyball, Athletics and Hockey as well as live in-play betting.

The game also offers bet feeds which of each bet placed on BetDash. Bettors may follow top players to see how they score. BetDash also informs about trending bets to assist players in making informed decisions.

The website also gives boosters, allowing players to unlock various bonuses throughout their 10 days of the game. Players may also challenge other to earn bankroll bonuses. There are also awards available for reaching certain pre-set prescribed goals, resulting in either bankroll bonuses or a time extension.

BetDash co-founder Justin Goldman commented: “There have been many failed attempts at creating a successful social betting game. BetDash is bucking that trend by delivering a unique game design that enables punters to enjoy the thrill of sports betting in a low-risk, incredibly engaging social gaming environment.”

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